Oversight Board Policy Internship

Oversight Board is seeking policy interns. Interns will work with the Public Policy Manager to identify a research project that will explore aspects of content moderation and Facebook’s Community Standards. Additionally, Interns will assist the Communications team with a long-term project for the Oversight Board, this could include the Oversight Board’s Annual Report, implementation of a legal symposium, or the creation of stakeholder advisory networks. Research and projects will be tailored to the student’s interests and the needs of the Board. This is a full time, paid position, Applications are…

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SUMMER 2022 Future Leaders in Public Service Internship Program

Partnership for Public Service is seeking applicants for their Future Leaders in Public Service Program. Interns will have the opportunity to join the federal workforce in support of two agencies. The program places students with critically needed skills into paid internships and aims to develop a diverse pool of young  talent for these agencies. Selected participants will spend 10-12 weeks working within the selected agency and will receive a $4000 stipend. In addition to internship activities, professional development sessions, including orientation and networking events will be hosted throughout the summer. The deadline…

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Upcoming IPC Events | November 10 & 18, 2021

The International Plan Committee is hosting the following upcoming events! Intercultural Understanding in Professional Contexts: Insights from Mind-Brain Sciences Wednesday, Nov. 10th, 6:00-7:30 p.m.; Clary Theatre (Student Success Center) Dr. Joseph Shaules, Director of the Japan Intercultural Institute will discuss how brain-mind sciences (e.g. cognitive psychology, cultural neuroscience, etc.) can inform intercultural understanding in professional settings. RSVP: https://gatech.campuslabs.com/engage/event/7218794 How to Navigate Cultural Differences in the Interview Thursday, Nov. 18th, 12:00 – 1:30 p.m.; Buckhead Room (Exhibition Hall) Students will examine their personal cultural orientations, analyze key cultural differences on cross-cultural…

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Sign Up For Mentor Jackets | SAA

Mentor Jackets 1-1 Mentoring is an alumni-to-student mentoring program sponsored by the Georgia Tech Alumni Association and the Georgia Tech Student Alumni Association (SAA). The program partners current SAA members with Tech alumni from Atlanta and around the world providing a simple framework for productive mentoring relationships while encouraging personal and professional development in the student mentees.  Alumni from all class years, programs, and locations can provide support and guidance to students while also leaving a lasting impact on our campus community. First, students must join SAA to get an…

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SPRING 2022 Council on Foreign Relations Internship Program

At CFR, interns do work that matters alongside smart and dedicated staff in a diverse and inclusive environment. Interns are paid a competitive hourly wage while gaining valuable experience through exposure to leading foreign policy experts. They are also offered professional development training as a foundation for future work in the field of foreign policy and international affairs. Internship opportunities are offered through the Blavatnik Internship Program and Robina Franklin Williams Internship Program. Interns participate in CFR’s Intern Professional Development program, which complements their substantive work with a series of…

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SPRING 2022 Wilson Center Research Assistantship

The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars is looking for qualified students (advanced undergraduate or graduate) interested in being part-time research assistant interns in the Spring 2022 semester. Most scholars who come to the Wilson Center spend their time carrying out research, writing books, and making public presentations. Research assistant interns have the unique opportunity to work directly with these experts, as they examine issues of contemporary public policy or explore topics that provide the historical context behind today’s pressing policy debates. An intern typically works 12-15 hours a week…

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2021 BS/MS Fellowships | Apply by November 19, 2021

The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs is pleased to offer up to three fellowships of $2,500 each to INTA, IAML or EIA seniors who enroll in their respective five-year BS/MS INTA programs.  The applicants will have to be admitted into a five-year program and to register for INTA6202 and/or INTA 6302 in Spring 2021.  The fellowships will be disbursed to the awardees after the Spring 2022 Withdrawal Date (March 18, 2022) provided they remain enrolled in either course.  Applications are due November 19, 2021. Please submit a copy of your CV…

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APSIA Virtual Open Houses

Interested in a specific topic of study or want to learn more about fields within International Affairs? Attend our virtual open houses throughout the months of September, October, and November! Hear from a few schools that offer topic-focused programs in a more intimate setting. Learn what YOU can do with an APSIA degree! Attend any of the following themed open houses: Diplomacy and International Cooperation II – Oct 19 at 12:00 PM ET Regional Studies: Asia – Oct 21 at 8:00 AM ET Science, Technology, and Cyber – Oct 25…

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